Definitions for "1992 Consensus"
The "Consensus of 1992" (Chinese:九二共識; literally, "92 Consensus") describes an alleged agreement that both Mainland China and Taiwan belong to one China with both sides having different interpretations over the meaning of that term. In a surprise revelation in 2006, former Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) official Su Chi admitted that he created this term in 2000 to replace the term "one china with different interpretation".